Even on dull days, the shadows cast by a highway over-bridge is an excellent marker with which to check that your following distance is adequate.

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Driver Familiarization Courses for Visitors to the U.S.A.




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Why Use ADA as your Training Provider?



  • Corporate Personnel

  • New Residents

  • Visitors

Many of North America's road rules are unique and are confusing to visitors. This is further complicated by the fact that each of America's states and Canada's provinces have individual and sometimes contradictory rules and guidelines.


Sadly, it is also a fact that among the developed countries of the world, the USA ranks among the least safe nations for road safety and has a high rate of deaths relative to population and not too good when measured against the overall mileage driven. This, in itself, is a good reason to do a familiarization course.


For drivers from Britain, Australia, New Zealand and other drive-on-the-left countries, you will also be taught how to guarantee you look the correct way at junctions (a.k.a. intersections) to avoid a lethal mistake that many have previously made.

For state-by-state guidelines and the various American state drivers manuals, click anywhere on the map. For Canada guidelines, click here.

Because of the commonly unique requirements of various familiarization courses, we suggest that you simply e-mail us so that we can discuss the best options for you.


Contact us via: info@advanceddrivers.com




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